Cell organelles Project

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  • What is inside a plant and animal cell?
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  • Plant cell
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  • Animal cell
  • There are two main types of cells; plant cells and animal cells. Both contain some different organelles. Let's take a look.
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  • Plant cells and animal cells do share some of the same organelles like mitochondira, lysosome, nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, and a vacuole, but there are both have a few special things about them.
  • A plant cell has a cell wall. It provides structure and support. It also contains chloroplast. That obtains food for the cell and makes the plant green. Lastly, a plant cell has a larger vacuole than an animal cell.
  • Even though both cells contain different things, they are both very important because they work together to perform special functions.
  • Plant cell
  • An animal cell does not have a cell wall. The cell membrane seperates the inside of the cell from the rest of the world. Animal cells have more mitochondria because they need more energy. Lastly, an animal cell has smaller and mutiple vacuoles.
  • Animal cell
  • All these organelles work together to make energy. The nucleus sends a signal to the mitochondria to produce energy for the energy. The cell membrane can let nutrients in to be turned into energy later. The lysosome can get rid of old waste and energy to make room for new things.
  • All these organelles work together to get rid of waste. The mitochondria can provide energy so the organelles can function properly function. The nucleus can tell the cell membrane to let waste out after the lysosome has processed it. The cytoplasm contains enzymes to help break down waste.
  • All these organelles work together to obtain nutrients. The mitochondria produces energy so the cell membrane can let the nutrients inside the cell. The chloroplast turns sunlight into sugar and nutrients for the cell.
  • I hope you have learned a few things about plant and animal cells!
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